Mature organizations are spending more time, energy, and resources to mine the gold at the intersection of data and people. Most of us understand that gathering data on our workforce, analyzing it, and then turning it into meaningful business intelligence is a good idea. But most most of us, frankly, aren’t very good at it. It’s not entirely our fault; we’ve been led astray. We'll explore how to get back on track. You don’t need a PhD in statistics to wield the power of workforce analytics, but you will need to roll your sleeves up and do some important work. There are key principles you must follow to ensure your analytics efforts translate into a concrete plan that will move the needle on bottom-line results. This session will leave you with the knowledge and tools to do exactly that.
The biggest pitfalls related to workforce data and how to avoid them.
What mature and successful organizations are now paying attention to when it comes to people analytics - and what can be done in one's own organization to follow suit.
How to take something as "squishy" as culture and make it tangible enough to monitor and to, most importantly, demonstrate real bottom-line results around it.
While Charlie Judy spent the preponderance of his career as an HR leader, he has always had an affinity for data. In fact, he began his career as a CPA where he honed that passion. Charlie forged a successful career over 25-years as an HR Executive with some of the world’s most prominent professional services organizations, including Deloitte, Navigant, and Baker Tilly; he has traversed the global economy while working in Chicago, New York, St. Louis, Brussels, Belgium, and Hyderabad, India. He’s now the President of Workforce at QuestionPro, a global survey-based analytics company. Charlie is an SPHR SHRM-SCP, and a graduate of Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business. He resides in Chicago with his family of five (dog included).
President, Workforce at QuestionPro
"Getting Serious about Culture Starts with Getting Serious about Data"
Thursday, July 18th | 2:15PM - 3:15PM | Capitol Ballroom A